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How We Used 80% of our Junk Leads to Reach Viable Prospects

Like many other companies, our sales team used to spend hours searching online for good prospects. They struggled with outdated contact info, and more often than not, it took them numerous calls to reach the right person in their target accounts.

In this webcast, we will share the resul
Like many other companies, our sales team used to spend hours searching online for good prospects. They struggled with outdated contact info, and more often than not, it took them numerous calls to reach the right person in their target accounts.

In this webcast, we will share the results of a focused project we executed to grow our pipeline using a combination of purchased contact lists and our new Leadspace prospecting solution.

Join us to learn how we -

- Found relevant prospects in target accounts
- Increased connect rate by 300%(!)
- Reduced effective cost-per-lead
- Used social networks for prospecting
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